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Is the offer for a free webinar "good enough" to generate a response?
I am very interested in taking another step after the Webinar in order to try and build a stronger relationship with the participants. How can I do this?
Is there a best day of the week to conduct a Webinar?
Who is the best Webinar Hosting Vendor?
What kind of response rate will I get? Of those that register for the Webinar, how many will actually attend?
How long should it be?
How long in advance of the Webinar should I start the email registration blitz?
I have tried to find sources for this information, but I have been unsuccessful. We are a BtoB company primarily Marketing to Engineers and Scientists.
Thanks for your help.